The Ultimate No Cook Banana Pudding

IMA Starr


Several years ago I went to an outdoor BBQ party and one of the guests made banana pudding. When I tasted it I asked her the secret. She told me the crushed pineapples. I later added the pecan because it then tastes like a banana split and gives it great texture. I use Greek yogurt sometimes because it gives the pudding a tanginess. This will be a hit with all your friends and family and makes a great dish to bring to any potluck!

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a crowd
15 Min
No-Cook or Other


8 oz
cream cheese (softened) or greek yogurt
1 can(s)
condensed milk
1/2 box
vanilla pudding
1 box
vanilla wafers
1 can(s)
crushed pineapple, drained
1 bunch
1 c
pecan halves (optional)

How to Make The Ultimate No Cook Banana Pudding


  • 1Mix togeher room temperature cream cheese (or cold greek yogurt) condensed milk, and pudding.
  • 2In a glass or trifle bowl layer vanilla wafers, banana, pudding for two layers with last layer pudding
  • 3Add crushed pineapple and 3/4 pecan halves
  • 4start layering again with bananas, vanilla wafers and pudding. Chill for at least 4 hours. May garnish with remaining pecans and a cherry.

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About The Ultimate No Cook Banana Pudding

Course/Dish: Puddings
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: Southern
Other Tag: Quick & Easy